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Friends of the Augusta Library Book Sale

February 2nd, 2019 | 10 AM – 3 PM | Augusta Library

An entire lobby full of books! We’re doing it all over again!

Fiction & Non-Fiction, Children’s books, and home-schooling materials!
Friends Book Shop will be open selling Vintage & Collectible Books, DVDs, CDs & other audio-visual items.

Prices:
Hardcovers $1, Small paperbacks $.50
Final hour (2-3PM )$5/bag sale

Visit the Friends of Augusta Library Facebook Page HERE! For more information, email friends@arcpls.org or call 706-469-3356.

Friends of the Augusta Library 2019 Annual Meeting

Monday, January 28th, 2019 | 6 PM – 8 PM | Augusta Library

The Friends of the Augusta Library will hold their Annual Meeting at the Downtown Branch on 28 January 2019 from 6 pm – 8 pm.

This year’s event will feature a keynote presentation by Mr. Jim Minick, author of five books, including the novel Fire Is Your Water and The Blueberry Years: A Memoir of Farm and Family, winner of the SIBA Best Nonfiction Book of the Year Award. He’s also written a collection of essays, Finding a Clear Path, two books of poetry, Her Secret Song and Burning Heaven, and he edited All There Is to Keep by Rita Riddle. Mr. Minick is an Assistant Professor of English at Augusta University and Core Faculty at Converse College’s low-residency MFA program. He will have some of his books available for sale in conjunction with The Book Tavern during the meeting, so please try to support this very talented local author.

Hors d’oeuvres & drinks will be served and we will be hosting a Silent Auction of Vintage Collectible Books!

Visit the Facebook Event Page HERE!

Friends of the Augusta Library Quarterly Book Sale

Saturday, November 3rd, 2018 | 10 AM – 3 PM | Augusta Library

The Main Library Lobby will be filled with books for sale, Non-fiction and Fiction! Pick from a selection of Children’s and Young Adult books, plus items for home-schoolers. There will also be movies, audiobooks, and CDs. In addition, our nearby Friends Book Shop will be open during the sale!

Hardcover books are $1, mass-market paperbacks are 50 cents each. There will be a final hour $5/bag sale from 2-3 PM.

Friends of the Augusta Library Quarterly Book Sale

The Main Library Lobby filled with Books for Sale!
Non-fiction and Fiction!
Many Children’s, Young Adult books also – great source for home-schoolers. Hardcover books at $1, mass-market paperbacks at 50 cents each.  Also movies, audiobooks, magazines…
There will be a final hour $5/bag sale from 2-3p.

Our nearby Friends’ Book Shop will be open during sale, many new arrivals over the  Summer are on the shelves!
Hardcover books start at $2! Great deals also await you there…
Rare & Vintage Books, Local Authors, Local History, Art Books, Coffee-table Books, Thrillers, Mysteries, Inspirational and Self-help.
Everything priced to sell, ample parking nearby, handicap accessible, bags, boxes available for easy transport, helpful ‘Friends’ shop-to-car service!

Friends of the Augusta Library Book Sale

The Main Library Lobby filled with Books for Sale!

Non-fiction and Fiction, Many Children’s, Young Adult books also – great source for home-schoolers. Hardcover books at $1, mass-market paperbacks at 50 cents each. Get a head start on your spring activities – read a book about them!

There will be a final hour $5/bag sale from 2-3p.

Our nearby Friends’ Book Shop will be open during the sale, many new arrivals over the Holiday Season are on the shelves! Hardcover books start at $2! More great deals await you there also! Local Authors, Local history, Rare Books, Art Books, Coffee-table Books, Friendly Friends to help you! Everything priced to sell, stop by and help us get a start on our ‘Spring Cleaning’. Ample parking nearby, handicap accessible, bags, boxes available for easy transport, helpful Friends service in every way! This is a ‘Rain or Shine’ event! Call 706-469-3356 (Friends’ Shop) or 706-821-2600 (Option 3 Circulation Desk) for more information.

Visit www.arclps.org to see what else is going on at YOUR Library, ‘The First Place for Unlimited Exploration…’